Good point. Even if they keep it, though, they have the corrected version.Wow - I never thought about that with emails.
Yeah I got a phone call from Franklin Pierce and the woman was like "I'm looking at your file, and we've got this email from you and were wondering...". It kinda wigged me out.
Yeah, I agree...you've got two issues at hand1) It is sort of a big mistake since the school asked for double2) 3 pages single is an insanely long PS.
Quote from: draino on January 15, 2005, 01:23:29 PMYeah, I agree...you've got two issues at hand1) It is sort of a big mistake since the school asked for double2) 3 pages single is an insanely long PS.3) It's already mid-JANUARY
I hope they cut you some slack, but I can see them looking at your statement and saying:A) Does not follow directions.B) Has trouble getting to the point. (single spaced, there's no need for a PS to be exceed 2 pages, some schools limit it to 2 pages double spaced.)I feel for you though, I spent a lot of time fretting over whether I made some small mistake, or missed a minor instruction somewhere. It's tough keeping all of the different versions straight when you're submitting to a bunch of schools. At least you didn't say "I have always dreamed of going to [insert name of rival law school]." (apparently that happens a lot)LOL! I managed to get the names of each school straight!